New Podcast: The Dana Barrett Show

Dana and I decode a variety of marketing and leadership topics.

Last month, I enjoyed a chat with Dana Barrett on her radio show. We covered quite a few topics marketing topics in a short time!
You can listen to the show here.
 In this 20 minute clip, listen to Dana and I discuss:
  • The “terrible threes” facing today’s marketing leaders
  • News from dynamic Atlanta CMO community
  • some surprising results from our 5th annual CMO innovation trends study
  • The new rules of branding:  the “owner vs. shepherd” concept of branding
  • Why mindfulness is needed in today’s modern marketing landscape
If you are a fan of the Atlanta business community,  you will want to tune into Dana Barrett’s morning radio show. It’s fun, informative, and fast-paced. All that and more at the show replay, located here.
Copyright 2017, Lisa Nirell. All rights reserved.
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